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High School Students - Summer Internships

High school graduates are eligible to apply for an eight-week summer internship to experience what it's like to work at Georgia Power as an Apprentice Lineworker. Starting pay is $15.00 per hour with the opportunity for future employment opportunities if the candidate is successful and positions are available. As an intern, you will develop a general knowledge of power lines construction standards, work with crews daily doing basic work activities, and use basic hand tools.

We will begin accepting summer intern applications in January 2025.

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  • High School diploma or equivalent required
  • Individuals also must always demonstrate the ability and desire to work safely and display ethical behavior
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs. or more 


  • Must be at least 18 years of age or turning 18 by September 1, 2024
  • Possess a valid driver's license.
  • Available to work Monday – Friday 7:00AM – 3:00 PM

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For skilled trades positions, internships offer flexibility for high-school students to develop practical skills and apply on-the-job experience. Talk with your CTAE or College & Career Academy coordinator for more information on work-based learning opportunities. Successful interns can earn scholarships to complete required training at a TCSG campus and earn their Electrical Lineworker Apprentice Certification (ELAC). Fulltime employment opportunities may be available for students earning the ELAC.

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College Students

For positions requiring a four-year degree in electrical, mechanical, civil, chemical, nuclear, industrial and computer engineering fields, Georgia Power has on-campus, college recruiters who can share information on co-ops and internships. These co-ops and internships are offered in the spring, summer and fall.

For more information, click here.